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20 3D Printed Toys for Next Year!

Already thinking about next year’s Christmas gifts?! Have the perfect gift in mind but not sure where to find it? Then why not PRINT IT?! Cults is a model repositories platform where you can download 3D files and print them with your 3D printer, a friend’s machine, or even search local printers close to your home or office! There’s nothing more original than a gift you made yourself, so here’s a list of 20 awesome 3D printed stocking stuffers!

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Kid Calls 911 Due to PlayStation Network Outage

Kids are bizarre little creatures. One of the things a parent has to do is realize that they are often completely irrational, and there is no way to rationalize with them. I have had a conversation with my son more than once about not calling me at work with an emergency when that emergency is that the Wi-Fi is down and he can’t play on Xbox Live. But DAAAAAD!!!

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A kid had a similar issue during the Christmas week outage of the PlayStation Network that led him to call 911. His question was simple: “Do you know about the whole thing that’s going on with the PlayStation Network?” That may be a legitimate emergency to some kids, not so much for 911 operators.

The dispatcher tells the kid that his problem isn’t an emergency and that he should go outside or read a book. I’ve tried that answer before and it often makes the kid rather unhappy.

[via Kotaku]